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Sunday, November 28, 2010

“Memory” Almost a Memory at Arts Center Image
There was a rush of visitors this weekend to the Westport Arts Center where its “Memory” exhibit closes today after a two-month run. A late afternoon group of visitors today listens to Dutch art lecturer Jaap Nijstad describe the works of Leo Kok, a Belgian Jewish artist whose concentration camp depictions had never before been seen in the United States. Nijstad’s mother, Kitty de Wiljze, was also in the camp and in 1943 married Kok who died at the age of 22. She survived and now lives in Holland. Kok’s self-portrait can be seen next to that of Nijstad’s mother. Helen Klisser During, the Center’s director of visual arts who curated the exhibit, is at left (pink sweater). (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Contributed photo


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